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“Why Do You Call Me ‘Master’…?”: Q 6:46, the Inaugural Sermon, and the Demands of Discipleship
The most significant realization in recent Q studies is that Q contains extensive sapiential traditions, some of which may have been collected prior to the composition of Q. This study looks at QExpand
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For Heaven and Earth to Pass Away
‘I Have Come to Abolish Sacrifices’ (Epiphanius, Pan. 30.16.5): Re-examining a Jewish Christian Text and Tradition*
  • S. Joseph
  • History
  • New Testament Studies
  • 14 December 2016
The Gospel of the Ebionites is a ‘text’ that only exists as fragments cited in and extrapolated from the heresiological writings of Epiphanius (Pan. 30). Like Recognitions 1.27–71, the Gospel of theExpand
The Secret Pipe: Protecting the Ptehíŋčala Čhaŋŋúŋpa of the Lakota Sioux
  • S. Joseph
  • Art
  • History of Religions
  • 1 August 2019
0018-2710/2019/5901-0002$10.00 I would like to thank the two anonymous His constructive comments and helpful suggestions consideration and facilitation of this publication. 1 Michael D. McNally, “TheExpand
The Ascetic Jesus
New Testament scholars have long been divided on the question of Jesus' asceticism. This study will argue that the historical Jesus should be identified as a first-century Jewish ascetic. Here,Expand
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Jesus and the Temple Incident: A New Proposal
The Temple incident was a pivotal moment in the ministry of the historical Jesus, if not the causal factor that led to Jesus’ execution. Yet the incident continues to present interpretive problems,Expand
“His Wisdom Will Reach All Peoples”: 4Q534–536, Q 17:26–27, 30, and 1 En. 65:1–67:3, 90 1
Abstract The Qumran Aramaic texts represent a distinctive group within the larger Qumran corpus that is of considerable significance to the study of Jewish messianism and the New Testament. TheExpand
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‘Blessed is Whoever is Not Offended by Me’: The Subversive Appropriation of (Royal) Messianic Ideology in Q 3–7
Jesus is never explicitly identified as the ‘messiah’ or christos in Q. The conspicuous absence of this particular term—so frequently used in the Pauline letters and the Gospels—is often taken toExpand
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